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What is a Medical Termination (the ‘Abortion Pill’)?
Medical Termination is a non-surgical, non-invasive way to terminate a pregnancy that is less than 10 weeks gestational age. A Medical Termination is safe, effective (approx. 98%) and occurs in the comfort, security and privacy of your own home. You will most likely experience moderate-severe abdominal cramps and heavy bleeding, which many women liken to a “very heavy period”. Two weeks after you initial visit (when you are given the pills), you return back for a follow-up visit to assure the procedure was completed successfully and that you are no longer pregnant.

Is there any Required Follow Up for a Medical Termination?

Yes. It is required that you return to the office 2 weeks after your procedure for a follow-up visit. This visit is necessary to confirm the success of the medical procedure. You will have an ultrasound done and consult with your medical provider.

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Q & A Abortion

Which kind of abortion you choose all depends on your personal preference and situation. Some people choose in-clinic abortion because they want to to have their procedure done at a health center, with nurses, doctors, and trained support staff there the whole time. (With the abortion pill, you have the abortion at home.)

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Q: What about the confidentiality of the procedure?A: If you are doing abortion with qualified doctors and nurses, they will always maintain their patients’ confidentiality. There is no need of worry about your information being leaked out.Q: How effective is the medical abortion?A: Medical abortion is generally more effective than surgical abortion in early pregnancy.For pregnancy of less then 7 weeks old, this method will be 98% effective. After that the effectiveness decreases, but still remains as high as 95%.Q: Is it necessary to maintain the duration between two pills?A: Yes. Mifepristone and methotrexate need some time for their work. Only after that the misoprostol will be effective in expelling all the content. So you need to keep some distance between two pills.Q: Are there any other regimens available for medical abortion?A: Alternative regimens are available, but less used. Sometimes single pills are used but studies have shown them to be 70-85% less effective than the combination.Q: What pain killers I can take after medical abortion?A: For mild to moderate pain, you can take Tylenol (500-1000 mg). If pain is more you may take ibuprofen (200-600 mg). In very severe cases, codeine may be prescribed. Consult with your doctor.

Can I still get pregnant after Medical Abortion Dunnottar ?

YES. You will be able to come become pregnant after the Medical Abortion. Once the hormones of pregnancy (Beta hcg) have become negative and your menstruation returns your chances of becoming pregnant again will be the same as it was before the Medical Abortion. This is why it becomes so important to start using birth control after your two week appointment to prevent an unintended pregnancy. At My Choice Medical Center we offer all forms of family planning including oral contraceptives, Depo Provera, IUD, patch and NuvaRing.

Will It Hurt? Will I Get Any Pain Medication?

Most women report that having a medical termination feels like a very heavy period. You will likely experience heavier cramping and heavier bleeding than your average cycle. The amount of bleeding and cramping is directly proportional to the size of pregnancy. We will provide you with a prescription for pain medication at your visit, or you have the option of purchasing pain medication directly from our office if you wish to stay strictly confidential and not visit an outside pharmacy. All pain medication is optional, but the majority of women report that having pain management is helpful.

How does the abortion pill work?

“Abortion pill” is the common name for using two different medicines to end a pregnancy: mifepristone and misoprostol.

First, you take a pill called mifepristone. Pregnancy needs a hormone called progesterone to grow normally. Mifepristone blocks your body’s own progesterone, stopping the pregnancy from growing.

Then you take the second medicine, misoprostol, either right away or up to 48 hours later. This medicine causes cramping and bleeding to empty your uterus. It’s kind of like having a really heavy, crampy period, and the process is very similar to an early miscarriage. If you don’t have any bleeding within 24 hours after taking the second medicine, call your nurse or doctor.

Your doctor or nurse will give you both medicines at the health center. When and where you’ll take them depends on state laws and your health center’s policies. Your doctor or nurse will give you detailed directions about where, when, and how to take the medicines. You may also get some antibiotics to prevent infection

When can I get an in-clinic abortion? At Abortion Clinic in Dunnottar

How early you can get an abortion depends on where you go. In some places, you can get it as soon as you have a positive pregnancy test. Other doctors or nurses prefer to wait until 5-6 weeks after the first day of your last period.

How late you can get an abortion depends on the laws in your state and what doctor, abortion clinic,health center you go to. It may be harder to find a health care provider who will do an abortion after the 12th week of pregnancy, so it’s best to try to have your abortion as soon as possible.

Why do people choose an in-clinic abortion?

Which kind of abortion you choose all depends on your personal preference and situation. Some people choose in-clinic abortion because they want to to have their procedure done at a health center, with nurses, doctors, and trained support staff there the whole time. (With the abortion pill, you have the abortion at home.)

In-clinic abortions are also much faster than the abortion pill: most in-clinic abortions only take about 5-10 minutes, while a medication abortion may take up to 24 hours to complete.

Your nurse, doctor, or health center counselor can help you decide which kind of abortion is best for you.

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